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Waterfall Gully walking trail upgrade complete
One of Adelaide’s premier walking trails is now safer to use and will be better protected from extreme weather events thanks to a recently completed $5 million restoration and upgrade.

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Six months on and bushfire recovery effort continues
It’s now been six months since South Australia was declared bushfire-safe by the Country Fire Service following the summer’s devastating bushfires and work continues to rebuild communities and wildlife affected by the fires.

Land conservation gets a $3 million boost
A $3 million Heritage Agreements grants program has been launched to revitalise private land conservation, which will improve both environmental and economic outcomes.

Plants to stabilise rebuilt dunes
More than 8500 plants will vegetate newly restored dunes at Semaphore South as part of a project to rebuild the area, which was badly damaged during a storm in 2016.

Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta opens its gates
Glenthorne National Park-Ityamaiitpinna Yarta, Adelaide’s second metropolitan national park, has opened its gates to the public.

Have a whale of a time during Park of the Month this August
With southern right whales making their annual frolic along the coasts of Adelaide, August is an ideal time to visit the Fleurieu Peninsula where these ocean wonders are a famous tourism drawcard.